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We worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00, following an order of service from Evangelical Lutheran Worship. We sing praise to God, listen to readings from the Bible and a sermon, offer prayers, and receive nourishment at the Lord's Table. Lay and ordained persons provide leadership. A Casavant pipe organ, piano and guitars accompany our hymns.
As of March 2020, in-person services have been suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead, we are holding online services on Sundays at 10am via the Zoom platform. All are welcome to join us for these "physically-distanced" services, so please feel free to email us for the meeting link. The services are also posted to our YouTube page later in the day for future viewing.
We observe the Christian calendar. Four weeks of Advent mark the start of a new year, and prepare us for Christmas. During the twelve days of Christmas we celebrate the birth of Jesus. Epiphany allows us to recall the start of of our Lord's public ministry. The forty days of Lent lead us to commemorate Christ's death on the cross. In Easter we rejoice at his resurrection. The day of Pentecost is the birthday of the church. And the Sundays which follow, until fall, lead us to reflect on the whole of Jesus' life on earth.
Lutherans recognise two sacraments, or very holy events. In Holy Baptism water and God's Word serve as an initiation into the Christian faith. In Holy Communion (also called the Lord's Table or the Eucharist) Jesus' promise allows bread and wine to become his saving body and blood. All Baptised Christians are invited to receive this special meal.
We also hold Affirmations of Baptism (Confirmations), weddings and funerals. Contact the pastor to receive further information.